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Arun Bhatia   17 May 2008 at 18:41

Importance of Plaint/written statement/pleading

Can the plaintiff or defendants can resile from the facts stated by them in Plaint or written statements

Arun Bhatia   17 May 2008 at 17:53

Facts disclosed in Pleadings/Plaint

Can the Plaintiff or defendents resiled from the facts stated in the Plaint or in pleadings? Answer with latest case law support.

R. Brizmohan Singh   17 May 2008 at 14:35

Promissory Note-Rate of Interest Column-Section 20 of NI Act

Suit was filed on the basis of a pronote in which only amount was filled and signed by the promisor. Before filing the suit, the plaintiff filled up all the blank columns including that of Interest. Section 20 of the NI Act protects the promisee and permits him to fill up the blank columns. Is the blank in Rate of Interest Column is protected in the same fashion as in my opinion it is a different contract and is not so protected.Please offer your expert comments with due legal reasons. Can you quote a Supreme Court Judgement on the point?

parikshit rajvaidya   17 May 2008 at 12:31

court fee

What will b the court fee where an applicant is asking for partition,declaration and possession of agriculture land situated in M.P.

pls suggest relevent judgment on O/7 R/11 (under valueation &court fee)

Ashish M   17 May 2008 at 10:14

who is to bear for faulty service.


I m having a mobile connection from Vodafone services for the last three years.

The problem with their service is that at any point of time during a day, their connection goes off no matter whether i m somewhere in the basement or on the upper floor. due to which incoming call hinder.
And after certain minutes, their comes a message from the company that i hve so and so missed call and if i want to know i hve to send a message costing Rs.3 per message.
i want to know why customer has to bear for the faulty service or connection of the company. if the company's frequency hinders sometimes, we left deprived of any important call we need to hve access to.
on one hand, the company's connection is faulty and on the other, consumer have to pay for that. isn't their any legal help i can have.
i talked with my friends and they also hve same problem but they nvr come forward. they are better spending Rs.3 than lot of money and time in lenghthy proceedings...pls help....

Monish Nilwant   17 May 2008 at 07:25

co-operative bank & nationalise bank

what is the difference between a co-operative bank and a nationalised bank.

M.A.T.Ganesan   16 May 2008 at 22:14

proof how andwhat ?

is there any difference between 'burden of proof' and 'onus of proof ?

Bharat Gala   16 May 2008 at 17:31

Courts Jurisdiction

I have the query with regards to the jurisdiction of the court.
I have my office in Mumbai.I was contacted by a sales executive of one Publisher who has his office in New Mumbai and HO in chandigarh. Now due to payment dispute he has file a civil case in the Chandigadh civil court. I have not met any person from Chandigarh and Business card given by the sales executive has New Mumbai office address. Can I ask that the Chandigadh Court has no jurisdiction?or can i get the case transferred to Mumbai Court? Pls. advice me.

parikshit rajvaidya   16 May 2008 at 14:54

case law on Motor accident claim act

pls provide me high court or suprime court's judgement under Motor Accident claim act on the following point
whether a woman get claim of her husbands death ? if she has got married during the pendency of claim case in the trail court ?

vinod   16 May 2008 at 14:53

consumer protection act and ombudsman

if a matter is decided by the ombudsman in the insurance claim , can one let the matter be decided by the redressal forums under consumer protection act . does the priciple of resjudicata hit it?